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Full Ace tennis simulator

06-29-2010, 01:13 PM
Hello all tennis fans,

I am new on the forum and a big fan of tennis (just back from Wimbledon, actually).
I am also a video games developer and have been working freelance with a colleague on a tennis simulation called Full Ace. I have seen other games mentioned here by their authors so I hope doing the same won't be a problem.

Game website is http://www.fullacetennis.com. Screenshots, videos, testimonies, and a playable demo are available there. I am looking forward to your feedback.



The goal with Full Ace is to bring to tennis games, what Pro Evolution Soccer brought to soccer games. Realistic real-time ball dynamics and technical gameplay provide sensations and possibilities of the actual sport. The lack of licensing is compensated by a complete easy-to-use editor allowing the player to modify all characters and create new ones as well.
Other key aspects of Full Ace are independent development and online distribution. Offering our games at a reasonable price and providing subsequent upgrades free of charge is our commercial policy.

Full length matches
You can set up an exhibition in 1, 3, or 5 sets and choose the tiebreak rule.

Split screen
Play an exhibition match against a friend on the same computer with this mode.

Complete database with full player edition features
Including more than 200 players, 40 tournaments, 41 stadiums. All players are fully editable, and there is no limit on the number of players you can create.

Tournament mode
Compete in a single tournament. You can choose an existing tournament in the database, or create your own tournament, choosing stadium, set rules, table size and competitors.

Season mode
Compete in a full season with all 40 FA tournaments. Build your way to the top of the FA tour rankings.

Game saves
Of course you can save and load your progress in both tournament and season modes. But you can also save during a match, at the end of each set.

Network multiplayer
Network play is available for registered players as well as demo players (with demo limitations, obviously).

12-02-2011, 09:41 AM
Full Ace version 4 is out !

The game now features nearly 2000 players and more than 550 tournaments.
It is the only tennis video game featuring electronic challenging (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPLfKqSY4Lc)
New, slower and easier to control ball types have been added to make it easier for beginners to get the hang of the game.

Get the free demo on www.fullacetennis.com